Montgomery Resident Earns Certified Association Executive Credential | News
MONTGOMERY – The Alabama Nursing Home Association (ANHA) today announced that Katrina Magdon has earned the Certified Association Executive (CAE®) credential. The CAE is the highest professional credential in the association industry.
Magdon has been employed by ANHA since 1987 and is currently the Director of Professional Development and Regulatory Affairs. She is member of the National Association of Boards of Examiners of Nursing Home Administrators. She holds a Masters of Public Administration and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Auburn University Montgomery.
“Our association is proud of Katrina for earning the Certified Association Executive credential,” ANHA President Eddie Jackson said. “Over the years, Katrina has been a valuable member of our team. I’m confident that her latest achievement will only enhance her ability to serve our member nursing homes.”
To be designated as a Certified Association Executive, an applicant must have a minimum of three years experience in nonprofit organization management, complete a minimum of 100 hours of specialized professional development, pass a stringent examination in association management and pledge to uphold a code of ethics. Currently, 3,900 individuals hold the CAE credential representing less than five percent of all association professionals.
Established in 1951, ANHA is a statewide network of professionals dedicated to providing excellence and quality care to Alabama’s elderly in need. Representing approximately 95% of Alabama’s long term health care facilities, ANHA reflects a strong network of long-term care facility owners, operators and administrators.
For more information, contact John Matson at the phone numbers above or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Information Source: AHNA
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